Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Good Neighbors To The South

I'll be in Mexico when you read this, on a whiz-bang two day trip to interview eight companies in Mexico City and Monterrey, returning Thursday night.

It's my 27th trip to Mexico! ...and my 111th foreign trip overall...

It's good to travel. It's also good to come home...

Below, for your entertainment, photos from a late 2006 Mexico business trip in which I visited a juice factory. This was confidential at the time, but now it's 'de-classified' since the deal never happened...

Mexican juice factory workers punching the clock at shift-change..
A - Shift Change 3

There are many workers, but a computer system monitors the juice-bottling process....
A - Controls

Where juice is bottled, look for a mountain of sugar bags somewhere..
A - Bags Of Sugar

These wooden thingies are called 'pallets,' and are placed on a wheeled-gizmo to move heavy boxes around the plant...
A - Pallets

Paul Lynde Snappy Answer of the Day:

Q: It is considered in bad taste to discuss two subjects at nudist camps. One is politics. What is the other?
Lynde: Tape measures.

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